Mark Malveaux

Mark Malveaux, a partner in McCall’s Dallas office since January 2000, joined the firm in 1993. Mr. Malveaux was selected by his peers in the national bond counsel community as a Regular Fellow of the American College of Bond Counsel. His practice includes work as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel, and disclosure counsel. With respect to mass transportation, he has served as underwriter’s counsel on several DART transactions over the past five years.��������������� Mr. Malveaux serves as co-lead bond counsel to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (D/FW Airport), where he was lead counsel on the largest ever single-day bond sale in U.S. airport history and lead counsel on D/FW Airport’s first ever private placement. Moreover, he served as bond counsel for D/FW Airport for two transactions that were awarded The Bond Buyer’s “Southwest Region Deal of the Year” in 2003 and 2013; its $1.3 billion Joint Revenue Improvement and Refunding Bonds, Series 2003A; and its $4 billion Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program, which included refunding bonds. In his more than 16 years serving D/FW Airport, Mr. Malveaux has also performed disclosure counsel duties.��������������� He brings expertise in affordable housing, where he has served as bond, underwriter’s, or placement agent counsel to Housing Finance Corporations in Austin, Dallas County, Fort Bend County, North Central Texas, Jefferson County, Sabine-Neches, Northwest Central, North Central, Brownsville, Ennis, Galveston, Southeast Texas, Arlington, Tarrant County, Grand Prairie, Houston, Corpus Christi, and Montgomery County. He has served as bond, underwriter’s, or placement agent counsel to the Housing Authorities for McAllen, Travis County, New Mexico Region II, Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Angelo. He works as bond counsel on pollution control transactions with one of the largest energy companies in the U.S.��������������� Mr. Malveaux’s expertise extends to serving as disclosure counsel for more than 10 years to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs and as underwriter’s counsel on numerous deals, including DART, Dallas Independent School District, and Texas charter schools.��������������� A member of the National Association of Bonds Counsel (NABL), his professional affiliations include the State Bar of Texas and the J.L. Turner Legal Association. Mr. Malveaux has been a panelist at NABL seminars and at the National Association of Securities Professionals. He is a member of the Texas Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies and the National Bar Association. He served on the Board of Directors of Texas C-Bar, a non-profit organization that provides pro bono transactional services.���������������������������� ��������� Mr. Malveaux received his Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia’s School of Law in 1992, where he was a quarterfinalist in the Minor-Lile�Moot Court competition and awarded the Bracewell & Patterson Oral Advocacy Award. He received a B.S. in Economics, magna cum laude, from Southern University in 1989 and was the school’s first student selected as a Harry S. Truman Scholar. He studied public policy as a Sloan Fellow at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.